10/01/2023 11:59 p.m.
Grants and Special Projects
Center for Adult Transitions
Director, Accessibility Services
This position oversees Center for Adult Transitions program
activities that provide support and resources for students with
intellectual and developmental disabilities. This role facilitates
successful transitions for these students from secondary school to
postsecondary education to adult employment, ultimately promoting
independent living opportunities by providing the necessary skills
to be successful.
- Collaborates with academic program staff to develop and provide
the occupational training component of the program.
- Coordinates Center outreach, intake, enrollment, orientation,
educational activities, and services with staff, students, and
- Coordinates program support services for program participants
and refers students to academic and support services, as
- Establishes and nurtures linkages with community organizations
that support and educate students with intellectual and
- Refers students who require a disability accommodation to the
appropriate office for counseling.
- Assists students in identifying and enrolling in activities
that support future employment in collaboration with community
- Conducts the initial application and intake processes.
- Develops individual student plans and schedules that support
personal, academic, and career goals.
- Supports and coordinates a peer mentoring program for students
to help them gain access to Middlesex College events, clubs, and
other areas of interests.
- Assists students with developing self-advocacy and
self-determination skills to foster daily living
- Responds to inquiries via in-person meetings, phone, text, and
- Collects data and prepares reports as required.
- Performs other duties as assigned.
- Bachelor’s Degree
- Two (2) years’ demonstrated experience coordinating program
activities related to student training and employment
- Knowledge of disability laws and regulations, including the ADA
as amended and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act
- Strong technical and interpersonal communication skills
- Ability to coordinate activities with other College offices or
organizations that impact or relate to performance of
- Ability to work effectively with a diverse and changing student
body and with professional staff
- Rehabilitation Counseling Certification (CRC)
- Licensed Social Worker (LSW) or Learning Disabilities Teacher
Consultant Certification (LDTC)
- Two (2) years of experience in providing direct services to
persons with disabilities or experience in an advising/counseling
- Bilingual (English and Spanish and/or American Sign
- Experience working in a collective bargaining environment
- Previous experience working on a grant-funded project
Monday - Friday, 8:30am - 4:30pm
Duration: July 12, 2023 to June 30, 2024
Any new employee hired by Middlesex College after September 1,
2011 must comply with New Jersey residency requirements.
This is a specially funded position, dependent for its existence
upon federal, State, or other non-College operating funds, and is
not funded pursuant to the regular College budget. Continued
employment is always contingent upon satisfactory performance and
College needs. Grant funded positions are also contingent upon
continued funding. This appointment is for the specified period
only. Employment beyond the expiration date of the grant is subject
to appropriate provisions of existing collectively bargained
agreements in effect at the time for employees covered by those